Waliyullah Salaudeen, a University of Ilorin student who assaulted his female lecturer and knocked her unconscious, has spoken out about why he responded aggressively to Mrs Zakariyau.
The 400-level student was detained by school security staff on Thursday, November 11 in the school grounds, according to viral footage that went viral on social media.
He was in detention for two months
Waliyullah Salaudeen of the department of microbiology, according to the Daily Trust, had been detained for two months before to the heinous incident on that fateful Thursday.
The student, who goes by the moniker Captain Walz, explained that he had gone to Allen Avenue in Ikeja, Lagos State, for the first time to see a buddy and felt the urge to urinate while waiting for the person.
Walz stated that while urinating beside a car surrounded by a gutter, he was mistaken for a robber and surrounded by a mob.
“I urinated near a car parked by drainage and challenged by one of the workers there.
“I was then accused of being a thief and was not allowed to explain myself before a mob descended.
“I was severely beaten and handed over to the police which led to my detention for two months.”
The lecturer ordered him out of her office
Upon his release, Walz said he had visited the female lecturer’s office to help him wave his mandatory SIWES scheme.
He said the lecturer said there was nothing to be done and ordered him out of her office.
“…She said there was no help to offer, except I joined the next set which would result in an extra year.
“On the fateful Thursday when I entered her office, she ordered me out…”
Walz said he got angry and was arguing with her when she threw a mug at him which he claimed got him injured.
This Walz said infuriated him and thus, descended on the lecturer.
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